Biko is my all-time favorite Filipino dessert or merienda (snack) sticky rice cake, favorite Filipino kakanin made with malagkit, sugar and coconut milk, topped with Latik Filipino native delicacies or kakanin are popular snack food, that usually served as merienda or dessert.

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  1. Ppl that criticize the way she cooked her biko. Do what best for y'all. Y'all don't have to be rude . This is the way she cooked hers, so if you have any problem make your own video with your own version on how to do your own biko. Different folks, different stroke. Thanks Ms. Loren for your recipe, you did a great job.

  2. hahaah maling procedure Kay ate…and alam ko dpt s gata n may sangkaka or sugar n kumkulo ilalagay no any cooked malgkit hnga s matuyo …hayyy👎👎👎👎

  3. Ganito po pagluto n nanay ask k lng po sa pagsaing ng rice is it 2cups coconut milk +3cups water then nag add pa po kau 1cup total 6cups(including coconut milk… Pls reply thank u so much.

  4. Nice presentation but we do it diffirent in Ilonggo cooking. Did your sugar cook? We saing the rice, then boil coconut milk and red sugar then mix the rice with the coconut. Oh well each island probably are diffirent. Thanks.

  5. Nice presentation but we do it diffirent in Ilonggo cooking. Did your sugar cook? We saing the rice, then boil coconut milk and red sugar then mix the rice with the coconut. Oh well each island probably are diffirent. Thanks.

  6. 2 kilos rice? With 2.5 cups of coconut milk, 4 cups of water and 1.5 cups of brown sugar? I am sorry i dont understand the language but i tried biko for the first time from my philipino friend at work and absolutely loved it! Can i add anise to it while rice cooks?

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